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Lord Monckton to report from Bonn climate talks
Lord Christopher Monckton will again lead CFACT’s team of scientists and policy experts to the resumption of the UNFCCC climate talks (SB 32) at the Hotel Maritim in Bonn. The conference runs May 31 – June 11. CFACT will address the full range of climate policy and science and the treaty negotiations.
“The evidence against the warming scare continues to mount. The public has seen through the charade, yet the UN just keeps at it,” Lord Monckton said. “It is well past time for the UN and our national governments to step back and reevaluate. They must factor hard scientific questioning of the warming argument, the destructive costs and inept nature of the proposed solutions and the wishes of the governed into account.”
Lord Monckton, the 3rd Viscount Monckton of Brenchley, served as a science advisor to Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. He has been traveling the globe calling attention to errors in global warming claims, challenging weak science and debunking the propaganda campaign that supports it. He recently was the principle witness for the side questioning global warming policy at congressional hearings and is fresh from a resounding debate victory at the Oxford Union on the subject of warming.
CFACT, the Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow, is a UN recognized NGO. CFACT will staff a display at the conference where delegates and journalists can connect with scientists and analysts offering alternatives to the current direction of climate policy. CFACT’s display at the conference will focus on alternative/renewable energy and ask whether renewables provide reliable, affordable energy or have rather become feel good “totems of our times” with their main output huge subsidies for their developers.
CFACT plans to offer briefings, information and commentary throughout the weekend. CFACT’s award winning “Climate Depot” has been a leading force in opening minds and leveling the playing field in the climate debate.
Since 1985, CFACT has been working to “enhance the fruitfulness of the Earth, and all its inhabitants.”
We believe that the elements that can and do offer the best hope for protecting not only the Earth and its wildlife but also, just as importantly, its people, are the tremendously powerful forces of competition, progress, and political and economic freedom, as well as genuine environmental stewardship.
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